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** Homework is making me wanna stick my head in the oven.  On convection.

** My children are certainly not winning any awards for getting ready for bed quickly.

** I really don't give a crap what the fox says.

** The dog has a longer attention span at family meetings than anyone else in this household.

** In the not-so-distant future, it'll be a problem for my boy/girl twins to each have a friend sleep over on the same night.

** Jennifer Aniston cut off her hair.  And apparently we're supposed to care.

** My son evidently changed his contact name in my iPhone to "Awesomesauce".  Which I find AWESOME.

** Pigs are neater than the people who live with me.

** A "business trip" at a spa seems to be in order.  For, you know, "business purposes".

** I really wish dinner didn't have to happen every freaking night.

** Pink eye scares the beejesus out of me.

** If the Halloween candy doesn't "disappear" soon, my ass is gonna start beeping when I back up.

** My referee whistle's about to blow itself out with all the bickering around here lately.

** Moms truly NEVER have a day off work.

** Despite what I might think, God does not give me more than I can handle.

SO WHAT DID YOU LEARN THIS WEEK???? >>

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